Kansallinen Edistyspuolue | [Suomen] ...

Name
KE|SLK
ID 1219
Kansallinen Edistyspuolue | [Suomen] Liberaalinen Kansanpuolue
National Progressive Party | [Finnish] Liberal People's Party
Party family
Liberal
Dates
1918-12-08 — 2007-05-04
Predecessors · / Successors ·
1918 · SP-V · division
1951 · VL · division ·
1965-12-29 · VL · merged
1982 · KESK · joined
1986 · KESK · splinter
Party (name) changes
1918 · KE · National Progressive Party (Kansallinen Edistyspuolue)
1951 · SK · Finnish People's Party (Suomen Kansanpuolue)
1965-12-29 · LKP · Liberal People's Party (Liberaalinen Kansanpuolue)
Description

National Progressive Party (KE) split in 1951 with a majority forming the Finnish People's Party (SK) and a Conservative Liberal minority forming the Liberal League (VL) (Jacobs 1989, 540). The two parties merged again and formed the Liberal People's Party (LKP) on 29 December 1965 (McHale 1983, 214).

Sources
Jacobs (1989)
McHale (1983)
Wikipedia
· EN – Liberals ·Finland·

Elections

1919 – 12.8 – 26
1922 – 9.2 – 15
1927 – 6.8 – 10
1929 – 5.6 – 7
1930 – 5.8 – 11
1933 – 7.4 – 11
1936 – 6.3 – 7
1939 – 4.8 – 6
1945 – 5.2 – 9
1948 – 3.9 – 5
1951 – 5.7 – 10
1954 – 7.9 – 13
1958 – 5.9 – 8
1962 – 6.3 – 13
1966 – 6.5 – 9
1970 – 5.9 – 8
1972 – 5.2 – 7
1975 – 4.3 – 9
1979 – 3.7 – 4
1987 – 1.0 – 0
1991 – 0.8 – 1

Cabinets (PM )

1918 – Ingman 
1919 – Castren  
1919 – Vennola I  
1920 – Erich 
1921 – Vennola II 
1922 – Kallio I  
1924 – Ingman II 
1928 – Mantere 
1930 – Svinhufvud II 
1931 – Sunila II 
1932 – Kivimäki I 
1933 – Kivimäki II 
1936 – Kallio IV 
1937 – Cajander III 
1944 – Castren 
1944 – Paasikivi I 
1945 – Paasikivi II 
1950 – Kekkonen I 
1951 – Kekkonen II 
1953 – Tuomioja  ·
1956 – Fagerholm II 
1957 – Sukselainen I 
1957 – Sukselainen II 
1958 – Fagerholm III 
1962 – Karjalainen I 
1964 – Virolainen 
1970 – Karjalainen II 
1971 – Karjalainen III 
1972 – Sorsa I 
1975 – Miettunen II 
1976 – Miettunen III 
1977 – Sorsa II 
1978 – Sorsa III 
1982 – Sorsa V